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    http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ has all the answers that you need. almost 7 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Nationalrail.co.uk is probably your best source.
    As an ex-Londoner, I remember it has only been ten years since the first rail connection between central London and it's largest airport, Heathrow. Due to Heathrow's geographical location, I doubt there are any direct connections. Even when connecting through London Paddington railway station, you will probably need to take a taxi or the 'tube' (subway network) to change to the railway station which services your eventual destination. If I remember correctly, Paddington station (where the Heathrow express arrives) only services the West of England. (I remember it being; Swindon, Bath, Bristol, etc).... For example, to get to Southhampton or Kent (south of London), I imagine you will need to go to Victoria or another station that services the South of England. To go to Edinburgh, I know you have to go all the way to King's Cross Railway station. Each rail station services a geographical area of the country, simmilar to Paris and the French rail network.
    If I'm correctly informed, London's politicians are still arguing about having a railway line circumnavigating the capital city... 100+ years since they invented the thing!

    Good luck! All I can say is that it will be a long trek! Maybe spend a night in London first! over 6 years ago

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